Restaurants in areas under general community quarantine (GCQ) have been allowed to operate for 24 hours a day starting Saturday, October 3, the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) said.
24/7 food delivery services under GCQ have been approved last August.
Restaurants are now also allowed to operate at more than 50% capacity, subject to the corresponding local government unit (LGU) guidelines.
LGUs would likewise stipulate the maximum servings of alcoholic beverages in restaurants.
However, beer houses and night clubs, which primarily serve alcoholic drinks, are still not allowed to reopen.
The 30% cap on gyms, internet cafes, and tutorial centers remain.
The 75% operational capacity limit for barbershops and salons also remain.
The following businesses classified under category II and III will also be allowed to operate at 100% capacity, provided that they comply with the minimum public health and safety protocols:
The following non-leisure wholesale and retail establishments (mall-based or otherwise) have also been approved to operate at full capacity:
Non-leisure areas of malls, as well as non-leisure establishments, have also been allowed to operate up to 11 pm, "subject to pertinent guidelines."